To get a student loan without a credit check, fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, advises CollegeScholarships.org. Some specialized groups also offer loans for students in certain fields of ... More »

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Federal student loans generally do not require credit checks or cosigners, and they are need-based. You can fill out a free application for federal student aid at FAFSA.gov to apply for these loans. You may be able to qu... More »

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Government student loan programs, including the Stafford Loan and Perkins programs, are awarded based on need and not credit score eligibility, notes Debt.org. There are also private lenders that offer options for studen... More »

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To get a student loan without a co-signer, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, according to About.com. Students who have reliable income and good credit histories may also qualify for private student l... More »

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Get a student loan from your school that is backed by the federal government by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, or by applying with a private lender, such as Sallie Mae. Federal student ... More »

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Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to apply for federal student aid, according to the U.S. Department of Education. It is important to fill it out every year to maintain eligibility. Because some programs h... More »

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Students apply for all federal government student loans by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, reports Federal Student Aid. Students can fill out the FAFSA online, print out or order a pap... More »

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